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Risk and Compliance Services 2020-2021 RadarView™
The Risk and Compliance Services 2021 RadarView™ report provides information to assist enterprises in charting out their action plan for developing a robust governance, risk, and compliance (GRC) program. It identifies key global service providers and system integrators that can help organizations expedite their GRC tool adoption journey. It also brings out detailed capability and experience analyses of leading providers to assist enterprises in identifying strategic partners for their digital transformation journeys. The 90-page report also highlights key industry trends in the risk and compliance sector and Avasant’s viewpoint on them.
Avasant’s RadarView™ Recognizes the Most Innovative Service Providers Supporting Enterprise Adoption of Cybersecurity
As enterprises transition to cloud and integrate digital technologies to generate new revenue streams, there is no longer a secure perimeter and the data-centric security strategy has become critical. Avasant has unveiled its pioneering RadarView™ market assessment for Cybersecurity Services.
Cybersecurity: From Reactive Defense to Proactive Digital Enablement
Avasant’s 'Cybersecurity: From Reactive Defense to Proactive Digital Enablement' whitepaper discusses how enterprises can adopt a proactive approach, applying progressive thinking to making processes, people, and technology secure.
A Practical Framework for Business Continuity Planning
Too often, disaster recovery is simply an information-technology-led exercise. There is a growing recognition, however, that contingency planning needs to go beyond recovery of IT systems to become a business-led process that prepares the organization for many forms of disruption and ensures that the business itself—not just the IT systems—will continue uninterrupted. This report provides practical guidance on best practices for business continuity planning. (11 pp., 2 fig.) [Research Byte]
Target Information Technology Toward High Returns
Successful IT managers have come to the realization that their systems must directly support the economic goals and business processes of their organizations. The only effective means to achieve this goal is to fully integrate IT strategies into those of the corporation. The measure of success of an IS department is the impact that information has on profits, which can only be assessed by quantifying the returns from investments in IT. Click here to purchase. - $195 (USD)
Universal Business Language Proposes to Standardize E-Business (2Q03)
The ability of organizations to freely communicate with business partners and customers electronically is hampered by the lack of a lingua franca. Universal Business Language open standard focuses on resolving this problem. UBL forms are based on hard-earned experience garnered from the best efforts to use XML in e-commerce to date. The knowledge encapsulated in UBL should reduce the expense in applying the language to e-commerce solutions.